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20 Awesome Form Designs Visitors Want To Fill Out

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Even though, in the new website designs today web designers don’t pay that much attention to the contact forms designs, some websites still want to offer a completely customized and personalized experience from top to bottom!

These 20 website examples have some of the most interesting form designs we’re sure you’ll want to see! This is something like a list that showcases the history of form designs, from the past to the present! These form designs have so many different styles and each one of them is unique in its own way.

Some form designs in this list are more complex, while other have simple, clean lines. What do you think about their designs?

Here they are!

CodeQuest

CodeQuest

Contact form Eddie-Lobanovskiy

Contact-form-Eddie-Lobanovskiy

Indofolio

 indofolio

Cabedge

Cabedge

Soap Box

Soap-Box

Simple contact form

Simple-contact-form

Surfuzz – Sign Up Page Template

Surfuzz---Sign-Up-Page-Template

Lionways

Lionways

PointZero

PointZero

Reverend Danger

Reverend-Danger

Contact form

Contact-form

Flat Responsive Contact Form

Flat-Responsive-Contact-Form

Transparent Contact Form

Transparent-Contact-Form

Simple Contact Form Validation

Simple-Contact-Form-Validation

Clean Contact Form

Clean Contact Form

Pixelounge

Pixelounge

Webfoo London

Webfoo-London

Dob Idos

Dob-Idos

Mojo Themes Sign Up

Mojo-Themes-Sign-Up

iPhone App Login Form

iPhone-App-Login-Form

 


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Written by Iggy

Iggy is a designer who loves experimenting with new web design techniques collating creative website designs. You can follow Iggy on Twitter.

2 Comments

  1. Michael E McGuire says:

    I like the PLACEHOLDER attribute but almost every project I work on has to be IE9 compatable so since I have to use a fallback anyway, I never use it. Ditto, placeholders don’t work for password boxes so again, the fallback is the better all-around choice.
    If I submitted half of these forms, they would be handed-back to redo.

  2. Rishi says:

    Most of these look very dated in their design, and half of them I would wonder how they would work on a mobile device…these are not the kind of forms I would want to fill out. Don’t think users generally want to fill out forms, it’s about making the experience of filling it out easier and less painful.

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